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Full text of "Annual Evaluation Report Fiscal Year 1984"

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Eligibility:
Faculty Research Abroad

Any accredited American college or university offering Instruction 1n
foreign languages and area studies. Faculty candidates must be U.S. citi-
zens or nationals who are experienced in foreign language and area studies.
Candidates must have engaged in at least half-time teaching or research
relevant to their area of specialization during the two years preceding the
date of the award and must possess adequate skills in the language of the
country or a language germane to the region where the project would be
undertaken.

Foreign Curriculum Consultants

State departments of education, local public school systems, accredited
institutions of higher education, private non-profit educational
organizations, or a consortium of these institutions.

Group Projects Abroad

Accredited universities, 4-year colleges, community and junior colleges,
State departments of education, private nonprofit educational organizations,
or a consortium of institutions.

Eligible individuals must be (1) U.S. citizens or nationals and (2) faculty
members in foreign language or area studies; experienced educators respons-
ible for conducting, planning, or supervising programs in foreign language
or area studies at the elementary, secondary, or junior college levels; or
graduate students or upperclassmen who plan teaching careers in foreign
languages, area studies, or world affairs.

Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad

Candidates must be U.S. citizens or nationals or permanent residents of the
United States; plan to teach in a U.S. institution of higher education; be
enrolled in an eligible U.S. institution; be admitted to candidacy for
a doctoral degree in foreign language or area studies; and, provide evidence
of adequate foreign language skills to carry out effectively the proposed
research.

II. RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(a)

A.  Goals and Objectives

The goal and objectives for FY 1984 were to award project grants and fellow-
ships within the prescribed schedule.

B.  Progress and Accomplishments

Faculty Research Abroad: Following a national competition including
domestic peer review and overseas host country approval, the Department
made 38 awards to Institutions for Individual Faculty Research Fellowships. public service fields are eligible to receive Federal